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Bitter-Enders By Dee Hews

A warm welcome to the Tap and Crown freehouse, where closing time is just a suggestion. Please try our unique range of guest beers. 9.5% proof humour guaranteed
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Barry Corbett's Review of Bitter-Enders
Dee Hews offers up his take on Pub life in the UK.
Bitter Enders is a well written and entertaining strip based on characters hanging out in a local Pub. The jokes are very funny and it's well drawn, but the thing that I really like about this features is the write-up at the bottom of each strip, explaining the evolution of each particular gag, what gave Dee the idea, and various rambling thoughts at the time he posted it. After you read through a few weeks worth of jokes, you start to get the feeling that you know this guy. This is a great example of the unique possibilities for webcomics. No other medium allows you to interact with the artist in this manner. So, great job, Dee. I'll be sure to keep coming back for more of your insight. ... read it now!




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